multipack

multipack

(ˈmʌltɪˌpæk)
n
(Commerce) a form of packaging of foodstuffs, etc, that contains several units and is offered at a price below that of the equivalent number of units
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Polipaks group comprises companies Polipaks, Multipack and Polipaks NT.
The natural pickme-up costs 75p a bar - and PS2.49 for a multipack of four - and is available from Sainsbury's and Waitrose.
Bright trunks multipack PS22, River Island David Gandy for Autograph pack of three PS15, Marks and Spencer *Prices correct at time of going to print.
The two companies partnered last month for the first time to launch an exciting promotion in which with every purchase of Baladna's multipack 6x170g yoghurt, Vodafone Qatar Prepaid customers instantly win up to 1 million Flex for free data and minutes.
The two companies partnered last month for the first time to launch a promotion, that with every purchase of Baladna's multipack 6x170g yoghurt, Vodafone Qatar Prepaid customers instantly win up to 1mn Flex for free data and minutes.
In a conventional multipack shrink wrap set-up for wrapping vertically-oriented products, once the containers are filled, they must then be laid down on their sides on a conveyor and manually turned so that their logos are facing in the same direction and/or their barcodes are hidden.
"Flexible packaging will continue to be an important pack type in the forecast period driven by multipack and economy products.
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Nature MultiPack is based on specially developed adhesives which bond PET bottles together to form multipacks.
(Crisps are so 2015, darlings) Burts Lentil Waves, PS1.99 for a multipack of 6, supermarkets With 40% less fat than Burt's Crisps, these are tasty - a bit crunchier than a crisp, and they disappeared very quickly around our testers.